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PostSubject: what to expect from Canada's offense   what to expect from Canada's offense EmptySun Jan 17, 2021 3:51 am

https://www.testudotimes.com/maryland-terps-football/2018/1/24/16926344/matt-canada-offense-film-review-pitt-clemson

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Canada’s offense is as simple as it looks complicated. On the one hand, many of the trademark pre-snap shifts and motions appear to be just for show, as the plays that follow are often far less exotic than his offense’s pre-play routines: off tackle runs, zone runs, play action passes. It’s because of those pre-snap movements that those otherwise simple plays are so effective. The offensive players know where they’re going, and the defense has to react to every confusing movement. It allows his teams to punch above their weight, and why he was able to take a 5-4 Pittsburgh team to Clemson and beat the 9-0 eventual national champion Tigers.

There are many more spread offense components to Canada’s scheme than its “pro-style spread” moniker would indicate. While the pre-snap motions are often confusing, there are a few staples. Each has its “normal” A-to-B movement, but can also be modified as the game goes on to further confuse a defense that thinks it’s seen that one before. Sometimes it’s just one motion, sometimes it’s a combination of two or three, and sometimes almost the entire offense changes places before the ball is snapped. All in the name of getting as many offensive hats to the point of attack as possible and identifying a man or zone defense.

now we know where the jet sweep came from. funny that i am reading this now. arthur moats in one of his breakdowns on the steelers running game issues said that at the beginning of the year when they had some success running they were doing a lot of motion and shifts then they got away from it.

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PostSubject: Re: what to expect from Canada's offense   what to expect from Canada's offense EmptySun Jan 17, 2021 6:48 am

@Master_Of_Puppets wrote:
https://www.testudotimes.com/maryland-terps-football/2018/1/24/16926344/matt-canada-offense-film-review-pitt-clemson

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Canada’s offense is as simple as it looks complicated. On the one hand, many of the trademark pre-snap shifts and motions appear to be just for show, as the plays that follow are often far less exotic than his offense’s pre-play routines: off tackle runs, zone runs, play action passes. It’s because of those pre-snap movements that those otherwise simple plays are so effective. The offensive players know where they’re going, and the defense has to react to every confusing movement. It allows his teams to punch above their weight, and why he was able to take a 5-4 Pittsburgh team to Clemson and beat the 9-0 eventual national champion Tigers.

There are many more spread offense components to Canada’s scheme than its “pro-style spread” moniker would indicate. While the pre-snap motions are often confusing, there are a few staples. Each has its “normal” A-to-B movement, but can also be modified as the game goes on to further confuse a defense that thinks it’s seen that one before. Sometimes it’s just one motion, sometimes it’s a combination of two or three, and sometimes almost the entire offense changes places before the ball is snapped. All in the name of getting as many offensive hats to the point of attack as possible and identifying a man or zone defense.

now we know where the jet sweep came from. funny that i am reading this now. arthur moats in one of his breakdowns on the steelers running game issues said that at the beginning of the year when they had some success running they were doing a lot of motion and shifts then they got away from it.

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Time will tell. At least if Ben plays next year he will be familiar with his offense. If it's Rudolph he's had a year to get up to speed. Honestly I'm on the fence here. If Canada can make in game adjustments he'll be light years ahead of Fitchner anyway you slice it. What I'm saying is I don't think we should fire him yet.what to expect from Canada's offense 1647293567

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PostSubject: Re: what to expect from Canada's offense   what to expect from Canada's offense EmptySun Jan 17, 2021 9:18 am

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@Master_Of_Puppets wrote:
https://www.testudotimes.com/maryland-terps-football/2018/1/24/16926344/matt-canada-offense-film-review-pitt-clemson

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Canada’s offense is as simple as it looks complicated. On the one hand, many of the trademark pre-snap shifts and motions appear to be just for show, as the plays that follow are often far less exotic than his offense’s pre-play routines: off tackle runs, zone runs, play action passes. It’s because of those pre-snap movements that those otherwise simple plays are so effective. The offensive players know where they’re going, and the defense has to react to every confusing movement. It allows his teams to punch above their weight, and why he was able to take a 5-4 Pittsburgh team to Clemson and beat the 9-0 eventual national champion Tigers.

There are many more spread offense components to Canada’s scheme than its “pro-style spread” moniker would indicate. While the pre-snap motions are often confusing, there are a few staples. Each has its “normal” A-to-B movement, but can also be modified as the game goes on to further confuse a defense that thinks it’s seen that one before. Sometimes it’s just one motion, sometimes it’s a combination of two or three, and sometimes almost the entire offense changes places before the ball is snapped. All in the name of getting as many offensive hats to the point of attack as possible and identifying a man or zone defense.

now we know where the jet sweep came from. funny that i am reading this now. arthur moats in one of his breakdowns on the steelers running game issues said that at the beginning of the year when they had some success running they were doing a lot of motion and shifts then they got away from it.

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Time will tell. At least if Ben plays next year he will be familiar with his offense. If it's Rudolph he's had a year to get up to speed. Honestly I'm on the fence here. If Canada can make in game adjustments he'll be light years ahead of Fitchner anyway you slice it. What I'm saying is I don't think we should fire him yet.what to expect from Canada's offense 1647293567  

Canada cant be any worse than Fichtner..he may not be an improvement , but he can't be worse. Fichtner ranks up there with ron earhardt in my opinion as the worst OC's in my 45 years or so as a steeler fan.

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PostSubject: Re: what to expect from Canada's offense   what to expect from Canada's offense EmptySun Jan 17, 2021 1:15 pm

l hope Ben doesn't come back then it's back to plays Ben likes and wants to run... maybe the Steelers offense didn't do in game adjustment and it wasn't the offensive coordinators?

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PostSubject: Re: what to expect from Canada's offense   what to expect from Canada's offense EmptySun Jan 17, 2021 1:47 pm

I hope Ben hangs it up. He doesn't have it anymore to get them to the SB the last 6 games of the season were proof of that. Even if they fix the O-line issues and get a running game going I dont see Ben getting it done.

Get Canada someone he can work with lets see what he can do with Rudolph, Darnold, Haskins, Rosen... there are some good QBs out there that landed on shitty teams because of the draft. Give them a shot to fight for the #1 spot in camp.

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PostSubject: Re: what to expect from Canada's offense   what to expect from Canada's offense EmptySun Jan 17, 2021 1:52 pm

@solardave wrote:
@Master_Of_Puppets wrote:
https://www.testudotimes.com/maryland-terps-football/2018/1/24/16926344/matt-canada-offense-film-review-pitt-clemson

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Canada’s offense is as simple as it looks complicated. On the one hand, many of the trademark pre-snap shifts and motions appear to be just for show, as the plays that follow are often far less exotic than his offense’s pre-play routines: off tackle runs, zone runs, play action passes. It’s because of those pre-snap movements that those otherwise simple plays are so effective. The offensive players know where they’re going, and the defense has to react to every confusing movement. It allows his teams to punch above their weight, and why he was able to take a 5-4 Pittsburgh team to Clemson and beat the 9-0 eventual national champion Tigers.

There are many more spread offense components to Canada’s scheme than its “pro-style spread” moniker would indicate. While the pre-snap motions are often confusing, there are a few staples. Each has its “normal” A-to-B movement, but can also be modified as the game goes on to further confuse a defense that thinks it’s seen that one before. Sometimes it’s just one motion, sometimes it’s a combination of two or three, and sometimes almost the entire offense changes places before the ball is snapped. All in the name of getting as many offensive hats to the point of attack as possible and identifying a man or zone defense.

now we know where the jet sweep came from. funny that i am reading this now. arthur moats in one of his breakdowns on the steelers running game issues said that at the beginning of the year when they had some success running they were doing a lot of motion and shifts then they got away from it.

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Time will tell. At least if Ben plays next year he will be familiar with his offense. If it's Rudolph he's had a year to get up to speed. Honestly I'm on the fence here. If Canada can make in game adjustments he'll be light years ahead of Fitchner anyway you slice it. What I'm saying is I don't think we should fire him yet.what to expect from Canada's offense 1647293567  

l like the back and forth motion l think it help a young QB read the defense a little better. get the play in quick motion a WR over and get some gatorade. what l like is it's a simple offense with adjustable motions. it's kind of like the 70s Cowboys offense but in todays game you got RPO crossers back shoulder passes and what not. in todays training camp and in season practices keeping it simple might be a good ideal. it not how many different plays your offense can run it how many plays your offense can run really well. time will tell.

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i like the last play how many times they make the defense adjust. especially the linebackers having to keep changing which way the tackles stunt. tou see em walk up and tap the DT's ass ? thats them telling the tackles which gap to hit.

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PostSubject: Re: what to expect from Canada's offense   what to expect from Canada's offense EmptyTue Jan 26, 2021 3:27 am

It's official:

https://www.nfl.com/news/steelers-expected-to-make-matt-canada-new-offensive-coordinator

Now we need a QB coach.
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